Symbio Robotics has received cash from the UC Berkeley-linked House Fund as it announces its official company launch.

Symbio Robotics, a US-based industrial manufacturing technology developer, has officially launched with $30m in funding from investors including the University of California, Berkeley-focused House Fund. The investment was led by Acme Capital, with further contributions from Andreessen Horowitz and Eclipse Ventures. Founded in 2014, Symbio Robotics has developed an industrial robotics middleware and programming framework…

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